James Spencer

November 19, 1966 - September 7, 2018
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Marana Mortuary & Cemetery
Mitzi Allison
Warren Peterson
Teresa Campbell Hastings


James L. Spencer age 51 of Tucson, AZ lost the battle with cancer and went home to be with the Lord sooner than anyone expected on September 7, 2018.  He enjoyed racing in the Tour de Tucson, BMX racing, taking his sons out shooting as well as working in the garage with them.  He served 27 years in the military and went to work for the Passport Division of the State Department.  He is survived by has sons Warren and Peter Spencer, his parents John and Kathy Spencer and many siblings and family in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Service will be held on Sunday, September 16 with a Celebration of Life open house following the ceremony.  Please contact the Mortuary or family for details.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Jamie’s name to a cancer organizations of your choice.


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Born: November 19, 1966
Died: September 7, 2018

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Marana Mortuary & Cemetery

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The staff of Marana Mortuary & Cemetery.


Mitzi Allison posted on 9/19/18

I am shocked. I just read this. I worked with him as a nighthawk member years ago. Prayers go out to his family. May God comfort them. Mitzi (Eggers) Allison


Kenn Gross posted on 9/19/18

RIP Jim.


Warren Peterson posted on 9/19/18

I was in the military with Jamie. He was a great co-worker, He was a good man and he really loved his family. Especially his son's. He used to talk about his kids all the time. He's gone way to soon. God bless you Jamie and God speed. ?


Teresa Campbell Hastings posted on 9/18/18

James and I worked together for many years at the ANG. He always had a smile on his face and was such a wonderful man! My heart goes out to his family.


LYNDA SPENCER DIMICK posted on 9/16/18

<3 Our Hero <3


Grant Tobias posted on 9/15/18

Please accept our deepest, heartfelt condolences. This is a loss that I feel to my core. Jamie was a brother to me. Prayers, my friend, that Lord takes you into His heavenly kingdom where we will meet again one day.